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Wood&Steel

Our in-house magazine brings you all the latest from Taylor

 

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Volume 87 Winter 2017

FEATURES

Cover Story: The All-New Taylor Academy Series
Designed to bring an inviting Taylor experience within reach of more players, these new guitars promise to make a great first — and lasting — impression.

Small Wonder: Introducing the GS Mini Bass
A pair of breakthrough design details brought our small-scale acoustic bass to life. Meet your next must-have musical tool.

Super 8: The New 800 Deluxe Series
A sleek new radius armrest, Adirondack spruce bracing, and Gotoh tuners up the ante on our award-winning flagship series.

The 2017 Taylor Guitar Guide
Take a scenic tour of this year’s Taylor lineup, and learn more about choosing the right type of guitar for your musical needs.

 

What is Wood&Steel?

Wood&Steel began as a desire of Taylor co-founders Bob Taylor and Kurt Listug to create an informative communication channel between the company and the people who buy our guitars. Since its summer 1994 debut, our quarterly “owners newsletter” has evolved from its grassroots beginnings into a robust publication that covers all things Taylor, taking readers inside the Taylor factory for the inside scoop on our latest guitar developments and out into the world to connect with Taylor players, dealers and others who make up the vibrant, extended Taylor community. From stories about sourcing wood to guitar care tips to Q&A’s with Bob, we strive to share our passion for making and playing great guitars and to chronicle yours.

How to Get Wood&Steel

Wood&Steel is direct-mailed (free of charge) only to Taylor owners in the U.S. and Canada (if you are a Taylor owner in either country and are not receiving Wood&Steel, see our Owner Registration page). Free copies also are available at authorized Taylor dealers around the world, and each issue is viewable online. There is no paid subscription service.

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